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    Photoshop for n00bs

    I have a desire to learn some bad ass photoshopping skillz and have acquired a freshly cracked copy of the most up to date Photoshop CS6. I think.

    I believe this will cost me around $999, you know, erm, once my free trial is finished...

    http://kickass.to/adobe-photoshop-cs...7.html#comment

    Scroll to Top Comments for installation instructions so simple even my Granny could to it.

    So, having done that and opened it up it will become instantly apparent that this shit is not for kids and there's not much chance of winging it unless you're only interested in making memes.

    So I decided that I would happily be relieved of a small sum in return for some lessons, so I got onto Photoshop Tutorials ::

    This did not seem so beginner friendly so I sent them a message on facebook asking a bit more about it and the kind gentleperson at the other end got back to me within the hour with some start up tips.

    Hi Dirk, my personal suggestion would be to try the learn the basics first as I don't really focus on that. If you have never used Photoshop, I definitely suggest you try a few basic tutorials first. This site Photoshop Tutorials | Photoshop Essentials has some easy tutorials I believe. Thanks and have a great day!
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    So, I am now working my way through the many tutorials this site has to offer and I will then purchase the more advanced tutorials.

    Some sites are selling their tutorials $25+ a piece, at only $5 per tutorial, I could perhaps charge $100 for all of them, but I want to give you a MUCH better deal than that! When you join this site, you pay a one-time fee of $27 (Limited Time Offer) for a Lifetime Membership which gives you access to ALL tutorials. Since I am constantly adding more tutorials, I will soon be switching to a monthly recurring fee - by securing your lifetime membership now, you will have access to all the future tutorials absolutely FREE!
    So if you have the spare time as I do when I'm in Korea and need a bit of a hobby that can be done on your computer then I've just given you all the info and links you need to get started.

    Dirk.
    Last edited by dirk diggler; 05-05-2014 at 06:50 PM.
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    Cheers Dirk - I've never been a PS merchant, but mostly because, like you, I often don't know where to start on it lol

    Will have a look

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    While there are 1000's of tools in the PS box, just one of them will help you improve your pictures instantly by 50%+

    Image>Adjustments>Brightness/Contrast.

    Push up the Contrast till the colours look vibrant then adjust the brightness accordingly.

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    I guess you wish to make things like this with PS.





    Or this...

    Last edited by Merrimack; 06-05-2014 at 08:09 AM.

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